Let’s celebrate Bath!

Bath will celebrate the annual UNESCO World Heritage Day with a free event at Green Park Station on Thursday 18 … More

Council statement on vandalised loos.

A spate of vandalism across many of the city’s new 20 pence in the slot toilets has put them all … More

Green shoots from Sainsbury’s

Seems to be a Sainsbury’s week – with apologies to all the other supermarkets in Bath –  but the Green … More

Bridge work at Sainsburys.

The curved roof has now been removed from the pedestrian bridge which gives access across the River Avon to Sainsbury’s … More

Rusty look preferred.

Week-end wanderings took me down to Green Park station where it’s good to see a development site nearing completion. For … More


‘Slow and Dirty’ celebration.

2016 will mark the 50th anniversary of the closure of the Somerset and Dorset Railway – a line with close … More

Fund raising dip into bathing history.

Bath Spa University students and other ‘brave’ supporters of the Cleveland Pools Project took part in a fashion show with a difference … More

In the swim

Swimming costumes from the last 200 years are going to be paraded down a Green Park Station catwalk at a special fund-raising and … More

‘The East of Bath issue.’ Hopes for reducing city’s traffic load.

The Leader of Bath and North Somerset Council wanted to show me something. Cllr Paul Crossley led me down through … More

What next for Riverside development

Illustrations of the next phase of the Bath Riverside development – being carried out by Crest Nicholson – will go … More